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Apr 27, 2013 11:00pm PDT
in there, and also tool markings. >> reporter: ray lopez is a former fbi explosives expert. >> these things were made with tools. so there's going to be a look for tool marks that are left after these things were done. and that's going to be matched to any tools that were found at any of the search sites the investigators are working on. >> reporter: officials now say at least one of the bombs was detonated with a remote control device similar to those used to control toy cars. federal investigators must also now ask themselves hard questions, like did they drop the ball with tamerlan tsarnaev? two times the russian government approached the u.s. with concerns about the older brother, who later traveled to chechnya. ♪ upon his return to the u.s., tamerlan posted this video, showing clear extremist tendencies. >> what did he do when he went back for six months? did he sit in his aunt and uncle's home for six months? or was he doing something else? and when he came back to this country, why didn't it ring a bell with the fbi intelligence unit that he should be checked out a
Apr 16, 2013 4:00pm PDT
in re lopez now a former member of the fbi hazardous office for 22 years, and ray, get your fake on this. you just heard joe reporting that this pressure cooker type of device has been discussed in the al qaeda magazine and of course are common in ieds in both iraq and afghanistan. does this suggest to you that this could be an attack that had some sort of foreign inspiration or is that not as far as you would go? >> well, erin, hello and i would say basically the pressure cooker is just a vessel. other people have used it in the past and the mere fact that it's on the internet and the other publications to be used as an ied with pretty detailed instructions on how to create these kind of things, it's kind of out there, anybody can pick this up, either a domestic or foreign person who wants to hurt us. >> there have been at least two instances, reiay of use of pressure cooker devices in the united states. >>> one of three devices in the may 2010 times square bombing and army private first classes th that -- had pressure cookers in his possession according to the fbi. do you think we
Apr 17, 2013 8:00pm PDT
when you have to deal with all of that. >>> out front tonight, ray lopez, former member of the fbi hazardous office for 22 years, and counter terrorism expert joining me here in boston. good to have both of you with us. let me start with you, jeff. you heard tom talk about the debris from the bomb. what are they going to be able to tell from that? i mean, a lot of these may sound like, this is what people do with these sorts of devices, what information are they going to be able to get out of it? >> with any luck, we'll be able to determine a website, perhaps, that had a certain method to build this bomb, and if this person visited the website, we can backtrack as to who were the people that visited the website. that's part of the rehearsal that a terrorist has to go through to press home their attacks. there's about a dozen operational acts in an attack like this, some of which are detectible. that's one of them. another type of rehearsal is not only make sure your bomb is going to work, you probably rehearsed and set off the firing mechanism, but he also did choreography, i mean,
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